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Education Board in Solomon Islands and Vanuatu

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The EDUCATION BOARD is a body that looks after the day to day work of the Church owned Schools in the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.

The Anglican Church of Melanesia (Solomon Islands) Education Board is the Education Authority of the Church in Solomon Islands as Prescribed by the Education Act 1978 of the Solomon Islands Government. Like wise, The Anglican Church of Melanesia (Vanuatu) has it's own Education Board that represents the interests of education in the Anglican Church of Melanesia in Vanuatu.

According to the Church Constitution, the Education Board in the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu shall meet at least twice every year but may meet more frequently should the need arise and should the Executive Committee decide.

Their work is to:

Advise the Anglican Church of Melanesia on all matters concerning the development and operation of the education system in the Church in the Solomon Islands and in the Republic of Vanuatu; to formulate and propose to the General Synod or Executive Council (as may be appropriate) education policy for the Anglican Church of Melanesia in Solomon Islands and the Republic of Vanuatu; to advise the Anglican Church of Melanesia on matters concerning the financing of education policy and training awards within the Church in Solomon Islands and in the Republic of Vanuatu to name a few.

Click here; and go to pages 106, 107, 108 and 109 of the 2011 ACoM Manual under Constitutions & Canons to learn more about Education Board in Solomon Islands and Vanuatu.

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